Thursday, 26 September 2013

Egypt


Egypt - so many possibilities .... I recently went to a 'handmade"market and saw some Polish paper cuts, so I  thought paper cutting would be a good and fun idea to make a tag. Here is the Egyptian  lotus symbol, often seen as a stencil as a paper cut. I am not sure if I have valid excuses for missing the last two weeks, but as they also fit the Egyptian theme, I am including them here. Mother and Child and Wings - inspired by Egyptian art and mythology.


17 comments:

  1. I've looked right back through, and love every one of your Egypt tags, all so inventive and beautifully done. And I love your sense of humour.

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  2. what a wonderful collection of Egyptian themed tags you now have Wilma.

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  3. Beautiful work Wilma. Love the lotus cuts. Valerie

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  4. what a great trio of tags! all are quite beautiful. xo

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  5. What a lovely trio! Super work! Carolyn xx

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  6. Fab tags Wilma! The papercut lotus image is very strong, and I love the background.
    Jane x

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  7. Super! How neat to tie the three themes altogether.

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  8. Great tags, love the cut lotus flower, recently had a pond full of pink lotus flowers and it is spot on. Your asymmetrical arrangement of map pieces is something I haven't seen before, very nice

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  9. Fabulous tags, love the strong colours.

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  10. Really striking beautiful designs, love all of them! :o)

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  11. l like your clever thematic take on all three challenges. Blessings!

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  12. Wilma, these are fabulous. I'm Polish and have some cutwork framed--wish I was as talented at cutwork as those Polish artists. Your work is quite splendid!

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  13. wonderful. The papercut lotus is my favorite.

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  14. These are brilliant tags, love all three! X

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  15. Three great tag's! Love the lotus one :)

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  16. What wonderful tags! So neat that you could meld the other themes into an Egypt collection. Love them!

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